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  • adv. While, or as if, gnashing.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. With gnashing.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a gnashing manner; with gnashing.


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gnashing +‎ -ly


  • Good Girls are taught to be modest and teeth gnashingly friendly.

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  • I'm horribly, terribly, tooth-gnashingly jealous I didn't pre-order at that price.


  • Things are so teeth-gnashingly topsy-turvy out there that only an amphetamine-fueled fool would dare propose an answer. - Articles related to Socially responsible art? It doesn't have to send you to sleep

  • Indeed, this novel is such a teeth-gnashingly precise class almanac, that Tolkin should surely replace Tom Wolfe as our modern-day high-society-anxiety chronicler (at least of the West Coast variety).


  • But what Mica Levi is playing isn't a chord anyone's heard before -- it's a dry, gnashingly dissonant cluster, and she's hammering away at it very intentionally.

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  • Although we had some teeth-gnashingly dull 0-0 draws and lost in the Champions League semi-final (heavily) and FA Cup semi-final (depressingly), we have only lost once in the league since November 22nd.

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  • The story wasn't particularly inspiring and the puzzles were teeth-gnashingly frustrating, but this ancient classic sported the most brilliant graphics ever seen.


  • As it is, Alyx isn’t perfect, but it’s interesting to note how two small decisions changed what was “teeth-gnashingly vexing play” into “a minor design flaw.”

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  • LaChappelle's celebration of a new ghetto dance craze is teeth-gnashingly dubious. "

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